[TRNSYS-users] Trnsys equations
massimt31 at gmail.com
Tue May 3 08:23:05 PDT 2016
Good afternoon to all.
I want to write an equation with a division. My problem is that trnsys report me an error saying that the equation has a division by zero.
I put a condition (multiplying for an expression) that avoid the division by zero but it doesn’t work.
Someone could help me?
Thanks to all
Inviato da Posta per Windows 10
Da: David BRADLEY
Inviato: martedì 3 maggio 2016 15:46
A: TRNSYS users mailing list at OneBuilding.org; freppelw at noirot.fr
Oggetto: Re: [TRNSYS-users] Weather time step
There are two basic Types that can be used to read weather data.
Type15 is designed to read files that have a standard format (such as
TMY2 or TMY3). Part of the standard format is a 1-hour timestep. If you
modify a standard format weather file to have a different time step then
it can no longer be read by Type15. Type9 can be used to read general
weather data files. However, it does not have the solar radiation
processing algorithms built into it as Type15 does. You'll need to use
Type16 to process the results that are read by Type9.
On 04/29/2016 09:20, freppelw at noirot.fr wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> As you know, the weather file for TRNSYS (TM2) is built with a 1 hour
> time step.
> My question is: If I modify the weather file so that I have a time
> step of 1 minute, would TRNSYS be able to execute the simulation? In
> this case, is there a time step value to change in the program or is
> it totally impossible?
> Thanks in advance.
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